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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Department: Street

Department: Street Lights Cost Center: 27140260 Function: Public Works Fund: Special Revenue Mission Statement The mission of the Fayette County Street Light program is to illuminate the streets of participatin subdivisions in accordance with standards of the American National Standard Practice for Roadwa Lighting. To participate in the program residents of subdivisions request to be part of a street light district Property owners within a street light district are billed annually on their County Tax Bill. There are tw power companies serving Fayette County. The Street Light program should be self-supporting. The Cod of Ordinances of Fayette County requires that the rates charged for a street light district shall be sufficient to cover the expenses and costs associated with the district. Major FY 2010 Goals During FY 2009, a study of the rates charged for street light districts was completed. Since FY 2006, the rates charged have not been enough to cover expenditures associated to the street districts. In Ma of 2009, the Board of Commissioners approved to adjust the rates for approved street light districts. No significant expenditure changes. Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2009 FY 2010 BUDGET SUMMARY FUNDING SOURCES Actual Budget Actual Adopted Street Light Tax $ 203,432 $ 223,000 $ 214,190 $ 285,000 Transfer from General Fund 34,760 60,000 Appropriated Fund Balance 29,967 2,000 6,961 (3,000) Total Funding Sources $ 268,159 $ 225,000 $ 281,151 $ 282,000 APPROPRIATIONS Personal Services $ - $ - $ - $ - Operating 267,159 223,000 279,151 278,000 Capital Outlay - - - - Other Financing Use 1,000 2,000 2,000 4,000 Total $ 268,159 $ 225,000 $ 281,151 $ 282,000 V - 105

Department: Water System Cost Center: 505 Function: Public Works Fund: Water Mission Statement The mission statement of the Fayette County Water System is to provide excellent water service to Fayette County while providing superior customer service and protecting the environment. Major Department Functions Provide potable water to citizens of the County. Plan for the construction and maintenance of raw water sources, treatment plants, storage facilities, and distribution lines to meet the needs for drinking water in the County. Goals for the Water System - Adopted by the Board of Commissioners To provide safe and adequate water for drinking for the customers of the Water System. Design of a distribution system that will supply a residential fire flows at 1,000 gallons per minute (G.P.M.) with 20 pounds per square inch (psi) pressure. A total elevated storage capacity for an average day of water use. (Additional sites were purchased) A total storage capacity for maximum day of water use. (Current storage is 16.25 MG) To complete the County Loop water line. (Completed) To design and build the South Fayette Water Treatment Plant for six million gallons per day (MGD) production. (Completed) To build Lake McIntosh, which is a 650 acre reservoir, on Line Creek between Fayette and Coweta Counties. Lake McIntosh will have a reliable yield of 10.4 MGD. The 404 permit was approved on June 28, 2007. Major FY 2010 Goals In March of 2009, the Board of Commissioners approved a two-step rate increase for the Water System. This is the first rate adjustment since 1991. The first step took effect in March 2009. The second step will take effect in January 2010. The County is also working on the issuance of new revenue bonds. A portion of the new revenue bonds would be used to refund revenue bonds (series 1998) and prepay seven GEFA loans. The average interest rate of the new revenue bonds will be lower reducing the County's total debt payments. A combination of Water System revenues, proceeds from the revenue bonds, and other sources will be used to finance the costs of making improvements to the County's Water System. Significant Expenditure and Staffing Changes For FY 2010, one vacant full-time position was eliminated. The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) includes $8,000,000 in FY 2010 for the construction of Lake McIntosh. V - 106

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